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Today's Forecast Updated Monday at 7:00 PM
A cold front and area of low pressure will bring big changes across the mid-Atlantic this week.
- Mostly Cloudy, Scattered Showers
- Lows: 50s
- Wind: South 5-10 mph
- Partly to Mostly Cloudy, Showers (40%)
- Highs: 62°-67°
- Wind: West 5-10 mph
- Breezy and Cool, Showers Continue (40%)
- Highs: near 55°
- Wind: Northwest 15-20 mph
A cold front will move across the mid-Atlantic overnight and continue its easterly movement Tuesday. Showers will accompany the front and temperatures will settle in the 50s. Afternoon highs Tuesday will range from the lower to middle 60s with about a 40 percent chance for showers. An area of low pressure off the coast will keep clouds and showers around Wednesday with highs only the middle 50s. Wind gusts in excess of 25 miles per hour will bring an added chill to the air.
Low pressure should move away Thursday morning and skies will gradually clear during the day. The upcoming weekend looks pretty nice with highs in the 60s and abundant sunshine.
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